Foutou refers to a thick and heavy heavy paste made of mashed plantains or yams that is usually eaten with a spicy sauce or stew made of fish or meat. It is the national dish of Côte d'Ivoire and one of the traditional Mali foods. Foutou is also spelled or known as Futu.

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